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I would very much appreciate hearing from those who practice the Nembutsu. I am particularly interested in knowing:1) What brought you to this practice?2) Why do you practice it?3) How and when do you practice it?I just finished watching the…Continue
Started by Keith Shoyo in How to Practice on Sunday.
Zen master Dogen, along with other Buddhist teachers, taught that the universe itself is Buddha-nature. Rather than something we have like a soul or spirit, Buddha-nature is instead what we are as particular manifestations of the one universal…Continue
Started by Matthew Satori in General Buddhism and Dharma Discussions Nov 10.
Hi All,I'm curious to know if anyone would be willing to share photos of their SPOTs (Special Places of Tranquility). I have always loved seeing, and derive inspiration from, others' spiritual places. I have attached a photo of the latest iteration…Continue
Started by Keith Shoyo in Oneness Buddhism Nov 6.
Hi All,A few years ago, I read Rev. Kubose's article on why he does not mediate. I found it intriguing. My orientation to Buddhism was Japanese Soto Zen; I was primarily inspired by Brad Warner's books. Then, back around 2006, I took the 16…Continue
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